Owner`s Manual (General)
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MASTER FORGE"
GAS-FIRED
Owner’s Manual and Parts List С UL US
Item#: 067087 for LPG model LISTED
Warning:
Read the entire manual before attempting to assemble, adjust or use this
product. Please pay attention to Red Margin Troubleshooting Guide.
A DANGER a A WARNING
If you smell gas: 1. Do not store or use gasoline
1. Shut off gas to the appliance. or other flammable vapors
2. Extinguish any open flames. and liquids in the vicinity of
3. Open the lid. this or any other appliance.
4. If the odor continues, keep 2. An LP Tank not connected
away from the appliance and for use should not be stored
immediately call your gas in the vicinity of this or any
supplier or fire department. other appliance.
For E3518-LPG
GAS FIRED BARBECUE GRILLS
*For questions, problems, missing parts, or obtaining replacement parts,
please contact Customer service at 1-800-643-0067
Monday thru Thursday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm EST., Friday From 9:00 am to 5:00 pm EST.
Customer Service Address: 402 Banner Ave., Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Printed in China 13.May.2008
DEAR LOWE'S CUSTOMER,
TO BETTER SERVE YOU REGARDING QUESTIONS, MISSING
PARTS AND PROPER OPERATION OF YOUR GRILL, WE CAN
HELP FAST. PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR GRILL TO
LOWE'S, JUST CALL OUR TRAINED CUSTOMER SERVICE
DEPT AT 1-800-643-0067.
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SERVICE.
THANK YOU,
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Information
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Important Safety Information
IMPORTANT: Please carefully read this manual, especially the safety requirements, before
using your grill to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk of fire, burn hazard and other
injury.
General Safety Requirements:
1 The installation of this appliance must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
with either the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or Natural Gas and 1 Propane
Installation Code, CSA/CGA-B149.1.
2 This grill is intended for use outdoors and should not be used in a building, garage or any other
enclosed or covered area.
3 This outdoor grill is not intended for installation in or on recreation vehicles and/or boats.
A minimum clearance of 36 inches from combustible constructions to the sides of the grill and 36
inches from the back of the grill to combustible constructions must be maintained. This outdoor
cooking gas appliance must not be placed under overhead combustible construction.
5 The use of an electrical source requires that when installed, the grill must be electrically grounded
in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with ANSI/NFPA 70, or the
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1. Keep electrical supply cords and the fuel supply hose
away from heated surfaces.
6 Inspect the hoses before each use for excessive abrasion or wear, or cuts that may affect safe
operation of the grill. If there is evidence of excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it must
be replaced prior to the grill being put into operation. The replacement hose assembly must be
those specified by the manufacturer.
7 Keep your grill in an area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
8 DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to this appliance.
9 Keep the ventilation openings of the tank enclosure free and clear from debris.
10 Check all gas connections for leaks with a soapy water solution and brush. Never use an open
flame to check for leaks.
11 Never use charcoal in the grill.
12 Never use the grill in windy areas.
13 Never use the grill without the drip tray installed and pushed completely into the back of the grill.
Without the drip tray, hot grease and debris could leak downward and produce a fire hazard.
14 The pressure regulator for LP-gas grill is set for 11-in. water column (WC). Natural gas grill
provides a hose assembly which includes a quick-disconnect device. But no pressure regulator.
The LP pressure regulator or the Natural gas hose assembly must be used. Replacement pressure
regulators and hose assemblies must be those specified in the part list
15 Only a 20 Ibs LP-gas cylinder is allowed. The cylinder must be constructed Al
and marked in accordance with the Specifications for LP Gas Cylinders of the 18
U.S. Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) or the National Standard of 12.2
Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of и + |
Dangerous Goods; and Commission. A 20 lbs LP-Gas cylinder dimensions | 5 o Le
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Important Safety Information
16 The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
17 Do not store a spare LP-gas cylinder under or near this appliance.
18 Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full.
19 If the information in “17” and “18” is not followed exactly, a fire causing death or serous injury
may occur.
20 The natural gas grill and its individual shutoff valve of must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 0.5 psi (3.5
kPa).
21 The outdoor cooking gas appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing
its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5kPa).
22 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: The burning of gas cooking fuel generates
some byproducts which are on the list of substances known by the State of California to cause
cancer, reproductive harm, or other birth defects. To reduce exposure to these substances, always
operate this unit according to the use and care manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation
when cooking with gas.
IMPORTANT: We urge you to read this manual carefully and follow the recommendations
enclosed. This will ensure you receive the most enjoyable and trouble-free operation of your new
gas grill. We also advise you retain this manual for future reference.
WARNING: Your grill has been designed to operate using only the gas specified by
manufacturer on the rating plate. Do not attempt to operate your grill on other gases. Failure to
follow this warning could lead to a fire hazard and bodily harm and will void your warranty.
WARNING: Make certain your LP (propane) tank is filled by a reputable propane dealer. An
incorrectly filled or an overfilled LP tank can be dangerous. The overfilled condition combined
with the warming of the LP tank (a hot summer day, tank left in the sun, etc.) can cause LP gas
to be released by the pressure relief valve on the tank since the temperature increase causes the
propane to expand. LP gas released from the tank is flammable and can be explosive. Refer to
your Owner’s Manual for more information concerning filling your LP tank.
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Safety Tips
e Never pull your grill. Always push it.
« Never move your grill while it is in operation or still hot.
e. Always use a protected hand when cleaning the grid surface after the post-heating period and
when closing the propane tank valve.
« Use a covered hand during the grilling period.
« Wait until the burner box has completely cooled before reaching under to turn off the gas.
« Using an uncovered hand to turn off the LP tank valve without allowing the grill to cool down
could result in severe burns.
« Never operate your grill under overhangs, awnings or any covered or enclosed area.
« Never spray liquid on the grid area to control flare ups. |
« To guard against possible grease fires getting out of control, never leave a grill unattended. Grease
fires can be severe and cause grill damage, property damage and bodily harm.
« Always turn off the control knob first, and then the propane gas supply tank.
e Never cover your grill while it is still warm.
« Position your portable grill away from direct wind. |
« Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable substances in the vicinity of your gas grill.
* Never store a propane tank (whether full or empty) inside your home or living area.
Before storing your tank, make sure that it has been turned to the “OFF” position.
« Should you store your grill indoors, be sure to close the tank valve, disconnect the hose from the
tank, remove the tank from the grill and store the tank outdoors.
e - Make sure the grill hood is completely open before lighting your grill.
+ When connecting or replacing any gas fittings, all joints must be sealed with an approved,
leak-proof sealing compound.
« Never use an open flame to test for gas leaks.
« When your grill is not in use, it is recommended that for child safety, you remove the control
knobs and store them indoors.
« Keep children away from the grill at all times.
« Never drill out any orifice or make any field alterations to your grill without receiving approval
from the manufacturer.
« Do not store flammable materials in any of the cabinets beneath the grill burner box or in the
vicinity of your grill.
« Be careful while handling any parts during assembly. It is strongly recommended that you protect
your hands with a pair of work mitts.
« At high temperatures some stainless grids may discolor over time. When the grill is cool,
wiping with a towel and vegetable oil may remove and treat some of this effect. Some
discoloration is normal.
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Package Contents and Hardware List
— Package Contents
P/N Description Qty. Diagrams
A . Warming Rack (Left) 1
B Warming Rack — (Right) 1
C Grid 3 7
D Flavor Step Tent 3
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G 1/4-20 x 11/8-in screw 2
H Magnet 1
I Knob 1
J Side Cooker Shelf Assembly 1
K Burner Box and Hood Assembly 1
L Drip Tray Support 1
M Rear Panel 1 | = |
Package Contents and Hardware List
P/N Description Qty. Diagrams
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T Door, Left 1
U Bottom Panel 1
V Beam lo
W Skirt (L) 1
X Skirt (R) 1 |
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Y Tank Stopper 2
Z Side Shelf 1
AA AA Battery 1
Package Contents and Hardware List
P/N Description Qty. Diagrams
AB Caster, Locking 2
AC Caster 2
AD Extension storage box 2
AE Cover 1
AF Bezel 1
AG M4 X 8 Screw 2
AH Trans former | 1
Al Rod extender 1
Assembly Instructions
Warning: The grill should be assembled and placed on a flat level surface.
Estimated Assembly Time: 50-60 minutes by two people.
Tools Required for Assembly: Phillips screwdriver
Step 1: Unpack carton. Compare the parts and hardware with the list and diagrams on pages 4 to 6.
Do not attempt assembly if any part is missing or damaged. Call customer service for a replacement at
1-800-643-0067.
Fig. 1
Step 2: Install Casters
Required: (2) Caster (AB), (2) Caster/Locking (AC), (1) Bottom Panel (U), (16) 1/4-20 x 5/8-1n
Screws (E) ©
Note: The locking casters are to be placed at the back of the grill.
-As shown in Fig. 2, align the holes in the caster (AB&AC) with the holes of the bottom panel (U).
Insert the screws into the aligned holes, and then tighten. When this process is completed, turn the
bottom panel over. The two locking casters should be at the back of the grill. |
U AB
Assembly Instructions
Step 3: Install Magnet
Required: (1) Magnet (H), (2) M3 x 10 Screw (F).
As shown in Fig.3, align the holes in the magnet (H) with the holes in front of the bottom panel (U).
Insert the screws into the aligned holes. |
Step 4: Attach Rear Panel
Required: (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8-1n Screws (E), (1) Rear Panel (M).
Note: Do not tighten the screws completely. Leave at least one full turn on each. After all the
screws have been installed, go back and tighten them fully.
Align the holes in the rear panel (M) with the holes in the bottom panel (U) and insert the screws into
the aligned holes. (See Fig. 4)
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Assembly Instructions
Step 5: Attach Side Panel
Required: (12) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Left Side Panel (R), (1) Right Side Panel (Q).
For each panel, there are six screws to connect to the rear panel (M) and base, three in the rear and
three inside the cabinet. Insert the screws into the aligned holes and tighten them. The three screws
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Step 6: Attach Tank Ring
Required: (2) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Tank Ring (P), (1) Ring Bracket (N).
Refer to Fig. 6a and Fig. 6b, slide the tank ring bracket (N) to the end of the tank ring (P) as shown.
Then align the holes in the ring bracket with rear panel (M), insert 1/4-20 x 5/8-in screws into the
holes from outside of grill, and then tighten completely. (See Fig. 7)
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Assembly Instructions
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Step 7: Attach Tank Stopper
Required: (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (2) Tank Stopper (Y).
Align the holes in the Tank Stopper (Y) with rear panel (M) and bottom panel (U), insert 1/4-20 x
5/8-in screws into the holes, and then tighten. (See Fig. 8)
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Step 8: Attach Beam, Drip Tray Supports
Required: (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Beam (V).
Align the holes in the beam (V) with magnet with both side panels (Q and R), insert 1/4-20 x 5/8-in
screws into the holes, and then tighten. (See Fig. 9)
Assembly Instructions
Required: (2) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Drip Tray Support (L)
Note: The drip tray support (L) should be installed with the opening ends facing each other. Align drip
tray support with the holes in the beam (V). Insert two 1/4-20 x 5/8-in screws into the holes, and
tighten them. Align drip tray supports with the holes in the rear panel. Insert the two 1/4-20 x 5/8-in
screws through the holes in the drip tray support and the rear panel (M), and then tighten. (See Fig.
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Step 9: Attach Skirt
Required: (6) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Left Skirt (W), (1) Right Skirt (X).
Insert the “Tab A” in skirt (W and X) into the square hole in the side panel (Q and R) and push down.
Make sure the tab is locked in place. For each skirt, there are three screws to connect the side panel
and base, two in the side panel and one inside the cabinet. Insert the screws into the aligned holes and
tighten them. (See Fig. 11)
Assembly Instructions
Step 10: Attach Cover
Required: (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Cover (AE).
Align the holes in the Cover (AE) with the Skirt (W and X) and the Beam (V), msert 1/4-20 x 5/8-1n
screws into the holes, and then tighten. (See Fig. 12) |
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Step 11: Assemble doors |
Required: (1) Left door (T), (1) Right Door (S).
Before installing the doors, familiarize yourself with the door structure. The hinge 1s moveable. Insert
the lower hinge into the hole in the base. Push the spring through the square hole above the door until
the hinge is aligned with the hole under the beam (V), and then release. (See Fig. 13)
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Assembly Instructions
Step 12: Attach Drip Tray
. Required: (1) Опр Ттау (О).
Slide the drip tray (0) between the drip tray support (L) from the back of grill. (See Fig. 14).
Step 13: Mount the Burner Box onto the Cabinet
Required: (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8-in Screws (E), (1) Burner Box (K).
Warning: The burner box is HEAVY. Before attaching the burner box to the grill cabinet, make
sure the cabinet is located in a solid and level place, and the casters are locked. Two people are
required for a safe assembly.
Do not lift burner box from sides. We recommend holding the control box and the
rear panel of the burner box to avoid pinching fingers under the burner box.
a. Lock the two casters.
b. Take the pressure regulator (applicable only for LPG model) and side burner valve out from under
the control box. Then lift the burner box onto the cabinet, making sure that the gas pressure
regulator is in the cabinet and placed the valve on the outside of the burner box, then position
burner box on the cabinet by aligning the four tabs on top of the cabinet with the holes in the
burner box.(See Fig. 15)
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Assembly Instructions
c. Insert the 1/4-20 x 5/8-in screws into the two pre-drilled holes on each side of the burner box (К),
do not fully tighten screws until all screws have been installed.
d. Route the light wire from the burner box through the bottom of the burner box into the cabinet.
Then pull the wire through the opening in the rear panel. (See Fig.16)
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e. Connect the connector to the transformer. Push the connector to mate with the transformer firmly.
Then, screw and tighten the cap on the connector. (See Fig.17 & Fig. 13)
Connector
Fig. 17 Fig. 18
f On the NG model, pass the natural gas hose through the hole in the rear panel (M) to your gas
supply system. Refer to Fig 19.
Assembly Instructions
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Step 14: Install Side Shelf |
Required: (1) Side Shelf (Z), (1) 1/4-20 x 1 1/8-in Screw (G).
a. Loosen two screws attached in the left panel of the burner box and one attached on the left panel of
the control box 3-4 turns (See Fig. 20). Parts are not to be installed in this step. Just loosen the three
screws
Assembly Holes
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b. Align the side shelf holes (Fig.21) with the two screws in burner box side panel and the one in the
control box side panel and push the shelf down to lock it in place. Then open the hood and use the
1/4-20 x 1 1/8-in screw (G) to fasten the side shelf (Z) from inside of the burner box. Refer to Fig. 22
& Fig. 23 (from inside the burner box). Then tighten the three screws loosened previously.
Assembly Instructions
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Step 15: Install Side Cooker Shelf
Required: (1) Side Cooker Shelf (J), (1) 1/4-20 x 1 1/8-in screw (G), (1) Bezel (AF), (2) M4 X38
Screw (AG).
Warning: The side cooker shelf assembly should be handled carefully.
a. Loosen the two screws attached in the right panel of the burner box and one attached on the right
panel of the control box 3-4 turns (See Fig. 24). Parts are not to be installed in this step. Just
loosen the three screws.
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Assembly Instructions
Align the side shelf holes (Fig. 25) with the two screws in burner box side panel and the one in the
control box side panel, and push the shelf down to lock it in place. Then open the hood and use the
1/4-20 x 1 1/8-in (G) screw to fasten the side cooker shelf (J) from inside the burner box. Refer to
Fig. 26 & Fig. 27. Then tighten the three screws loosened previously.
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с. Alight the bezel (AF) to side cooker shelf control panel; insert the valve through side cooker shelf
control panel and bezel, and make sure the orifice alignment with the side burner (refer to page 31
Fig. 45.). Insert two M4X 8 screws (AG) through the bezel and the side cooker shelf control panel,
and tighten the screws to secure the valve (see Fig. 28). Then, connect side burner ignition wire to
the ignition device. (See Fig.29)
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d. Check the distance between the ignition pin tip and the burner. The distance should be 0.1-0.2 inch
If the distance does not fall within this measurement, loosen the ignition pin screws, adjust the
distance, and then tighten the screws. (See Fig. 30)
Assembly Instructions
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Fig. 30
e. Put a AA battery into the electronic ignition with correct pole direction. (Please refer to the battery
mark on the side of the cap, see Fig. 31.) Press the black igniter to check if there are sparks
produced between the ignition pin and rear or rotisserie burner. If not, please refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide section to solve the problem.
Г Side Cooker
Grid
Assembly Instructions
Step 16: Install The Flavor Step Tents, Grids and Warming Rack.
Refer to Fig. 33, position three Flavor Step Tents (D), cooking grids (C) and two warming racks (A
and B) into place.
Step 17: Assemble knobs and Extension storage box
Required: (6) Knob (I), Extension storage box (AD).
a. Insert knob (I) onto the valve stem. Make sure the knob arrows point upwards.
Assembly Instructions
b. Align the box (AD) with the round parts at the back of the side shelf and side cooker shelf, and
push the box down to lock it in place. As shown in Fig. 36, both ways to assemble the box are
available.
Tabs (2)
Assembly Tabs
Fig. 36 a Fig. 36 b
Step 18:
YOU CAN PURCHASE THIS KIT FROM YOUR LOWE'S STORE AND ADD THE ENCLOSED ROTISSERIE SPIT
ROD EXTENSION THAT IS ENCLOSED WITH THIS LETTER, SO DO NOT DISCARD IF YOU WISH TO UTILIZE
THE ROTISSERIE BURNER WITH THE KIT.
BECAUSE YOUR GRILL IS OF A UNIQUE SIZE IT IS IMPORTANT TO ADD THE EXTENSION ( Al) BY SCREWING
IT ONTO THE END OF SPIT ROD TO BEGIN EXPERIENCING ROTISSERIE COOKING AS OUTLINED IN YOUR
COOK BOOK.
Rod Extender EE
KIT ITEM # 101484
Assembly Instructions
IMPORTANT
| CHECK, CLICK AND SPARK
After you complete your grill assembly, test your ignition system with the GAS OFF. Check for
a click and spark when using your push in and turn knob ignition system.
For the side burner, a spark can be seen directly. For main burners, the ignition system
is positioned next to each burner inside the the burner box. A reflection of a spark or a spark
can be seen at the front of the inside of the burner box. Or you can place a mirror on the left of
each main burner and see the spark and hear the click of the igniter. Be sure the GAS IS
OFF when you push in and turn the control knob. This will help assure a trouble-free ignition
when you turn on the gas.
Cooking with Gas
For Portable LP-Gas Connection
The cabinet has an opening in the bottom panel that allows a 20 Ib. gas tank bottom flange to drop into
place (the package doesn’t contain the tank, please prepare it yourself). This will help to lock the tank.
Before installing your gas tank, lift up the tank ring (as shown in Fig. 37a). After positioning the tank
in the opening, lower the tank ring to lock the tank. Use only 20 Ib. gas tank (see LP Gas Safety
Requirements for Additional Information). As shown in Fig. 37b, it is unsafe to operate the grill if
the gas tank is not vertical. |
Fig. 37a | . Fig. 37b
WARNING: The Type I connective coupling (see Fig. 38) supplied with your grill must not be
replaced with a different type of grill/tank connection system. Removal will result in loss of
warranty, gas leakage, fire and severe bodily harm.
PROPANE
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The propane tank valve connection supplied with this grill incorporates the four important safe guards,
Hand Assembly, Hand Disassembly, Excess Flow Control and Temperature-Activated Shut-Off.
Cooking with Gas
a. Hand Assembly:
1. Make certain the tank valve and all the appliance valves are in the “OFF” positions.
2. When connecting the regulator/burner valve assembly to the tank valve, turn the large plastic nut
clockwise until it stops.
3. Gas will not flow unless the plastic nut is completely connected.
4, HAND TIGHTEN ONLY.
b. Hand Disassembly:
1. Make certain the tank valve and all the appliance valves are in the “OFF” positions.
2. Turn the large plastic nut counterclockwise until it is disassembled.
3. HAND OPERATION ONLY.
c. Excess flow Control and Low heat
The propane regulator assembly incorporates an excess flow device designed to supply the grill with
sufficient gas flow under normal conditions yet control excess gas flow. |
Rapid changes in pressure can trigger the excess flow device providing a low flame and low
temperature. If the tank valve is turned open to allow gas flow while a burner valve is open, the surge
of pressure will cause the device to activate. The device will remain closed until the pressure 1s
equalized. This should occur within 5 seconds.
To ensure this does not cause difficulty in lighting the grill, follow these instructions:
1. Make sure all burner valves are “OFF”.
2. Open the tank valve and wait 5 seconds.
3. Light the burners one at a time following the lighting instructions listed on the control box and
page 36.
d. Temperature-Activated Shut-Off |
The large plastic nut on the regulator assembly is designed in coordination with a check valve in the
tank valve to shut off the flow of gas when exposed to temperatures between 240-300 F .
In the event of a fire or hose break, one of the safeguards will function to control or stop the flow of
gas from the propane tank. Never attempt to use damaged equipment.
Important: Before the use of a fresh tank of gas, please check leakage around the connections
according to section “Checking Gas Leaks* on page 26, and make sure there is no leakage or
vapor accumulation in the cabinet. Make sure all openings around side walls are not blocked.
Important: Place dust cap on cylinder valve outlet whenever the cylinder is not in use. Only
install the type of dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet that is provided with the cylinder valve.
Other types of caps or plugs may result in leakage of propane.
For Natural Gas Connection
Preparing:
1. Turn off gas supply, and then remove cap on gas supply side.
Cooking with Gas
2. Recommended: Install a shut-off valve on gas supply side before installing the socket.
3. Socket should be installed by an authorized technician in accordance with the national fuel gas
code (NFPA 54/ANSI223.1).
4. Before inserting plug, turn on gas supply and leak test all connections including the stem of the
shut-off valve and the opening of the socket. For best results, use an ammonia-free soap & water
solution.
Operating Instructions:
1. To connect, push back socket sleeve (Fig. 39).
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3. Push plug until sleeve snaps forward (Fig. 41).
(Gas will flow automatically. Failure to connect
plug properly to socket will inhibit gas flow to
the appliance.)
4. Test connection with ammonia-free soap & water solution.
To disconnect
1. Pull Sleeve back. Pull plug out of socket. (Gas is automatically shut off.)
2. Close shut-off valve and replace dust caps on socket and plug.
Gas Requirements
The E3518 grill is set and tested at the factory for the type of gas supply to be used. Identity the type
of gas, either natural gas or LP gas and make sure the marking on the rating plate matches the gas
supply. The rating plate is located on the inside panel of left door.
LP Gas
If your grill is for LP Gas, the regulator supplied is set for an 11-in. water column (WC) and is for use
with LP gas only. The factory-supplied regulator and hose must be used with a 20-1b. LP gas tank.
Cooking with Gas
Natural Gas
If your grill is for Natural Gas, it is set for a 7-in. water column (WC) and is for use with Natural Gas
only. Gas pressure is affected by gas line size and the length of gas line run from housen gas line.
Follow the recommendations in the chart below.
From House to Grill
Distance Tubing Size
Up to 25 ft. 3/8 in. DIA
26-50 fi. 1/2 in. DIA
2/3 in. of run 3/4 in.
51-100 ft. .
1/3 in. of run 1/2 in.
| Over 101 ft. 3/4 in. DIA
LP GAS System
Contact your gas supplier for a special regulator for bulk gas that fuels other appliances.
Gas Consumption
Total gas consumption of this grill with the burner(s) on “HIGH”: Table 1 below.
Table 1
Burner Type BTU/HR
Main Burners 13250 x 3
Side Burner 11000 x 1
Sear Burner 13000 x 1
Rotisserie Burner 10000 x 1
LP Gas Safety Requirement
For LP gas grills, the LP gas supply tank to be used must be:
(a) Constructed and marked in accordance with the Specifications for LP Gas Tanks of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339
Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission, as
applicable; and
(b) Provided with a listed Overfill Prevention Device (OPD).
(c) Provided with a tank connection device compatible with the connection for outdoor cooking
appliances. | |
The tank should be 12 inches in diameter and 18-1/2 inches tall and be equipped with a Type-1 fitting.
The tank supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal.
The tank used must include a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
Do not operate the gas grill indoors or in any enclosed area. If the gas grill is not in use, the gas must
be turned off at the supply tank. If the grill 1s to be stored indoors, disconnect the gas supply tank and
store the tank in an upright position in a cool, well-ventilated outdoor location away from your grill or
any other heat source.
Cooking with Gas
When checking for gas leaks, do not use an open flame. Use a soapy water solution and apply 1t to the
pipe joints and fittings with a brush and check for bubbles. Check flexible hoses for cuts and wear that
may affect the safe operation of the grill. Only the factory supplied hose and regulator must be used.
Use only replacement regulator and hose assemblies specified by manufacturer. |
Checking Gas Leaks
Before operating your grill, after refueling, check carefully to be certain that all connections are tight
and there are no gas leaks.
1. Make 2-3 ounces of leak solution by mixing liquid dishwashing soap with water.
2. Make certain all control knobs are in the “OFF” position.
3. Brush small amounts of the leak solution on all the fittings and turn the gas on. |
4. If bubbles appear, there is a leak. Proceed to step 5.
5. Turn the gas off and tighten all connections.
6. Go back to step 1 to retest the fittings.
7. If bubbles continue to appear, turn the gas off. Contact customer service.
Warning: Never use a match or open flame for leak detection. Use of an open flame could result
in a fire, explosion and bodily harm.
IMPORTANT: When connecting or replacing any gas pipe or fittings, all joints must be sealed
with approved leak-proof sealing compound or plumbers tape. |
Handling the Liquid Propane Tank Safely Ш
Remember to handle your portable liquid propane tank carefully when you take it to your dealer for a
refill. Avoid dropping it or bumping it against sharp objects. Liquid propane tanks are sturdily
constructed, but a series of hard jolts could damage the container.
When transporting the tank to your local propane gas dealer, make sure the valve is closed tightly and
the protective cover is in place. Position the tank securely in an upright position so it will not roll
around your vehicle.
If you plan to make stops for shopping or errands, have your liquid propane tank filled at the last stop
before going home. Again, make certain the refilled tank is secure and in an upright position. When
you return home, remove the refilled tank from your vehicle. Never leave a portable liquid propane
tank inside a vehicle that may become overheated by the sun.
Your local liquid propane gas dealer will gladly offer you additional safety tips.
Storing the Liquid Propane Tank Safely
Whether you are between cross-country treks in your recreational vehicle or looking for a place to
keep the liquid propane tank to provide fuel for your outdoor grill, keep in mind some basic safety
rules about storing portable liquid propane tanks:
Do not store the tanks (whether full or empty) inside your home, the living area of an R.V., a garage,
~ basement or workshop. It is unlikely that liquid propane will leak from the tanks. If 1t should leak, the
fuel could be exposed to sparks from automobiles, power tools or other appliances. When storing or
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Cooking with Gas
transporting your LP tank, it must remain in an upright position. Never lay your LP tank down on its
side whether it is full or empty. Never store a spare tank under or near your grill.
CAUTION: Never transport or move your grill or grill tank without first closing the manual
valve on your liquid propane gas tank.
The best place to store a liquid propane tank is in a shady or protected spot outdoors, behind your
home or garage, or on a screened porch but where it is out of reach of children. Liquid propane will
not evaporate. Ît is in a strong, closed container. It will not lose any of its clean-burning heat content,
even If left outside year-round.
WARNING: When not connected to your grill, the LP gas tank must be stored in an upright
position in a cool, shady, well-ventilated, outdoor location away from your grill or any other heat
~ source. Failure to follow this warning could lead to tank valve damage, fire hazard and personal
injury.
Refilling a Propane Tank
It 1s extremely important that your LP tank be filled properly when you take it to be refilled. Be sure to
use a reputable LP dealer and observe how the tank is filled and at what capacity. An overfilled LP
tank can be dangerous.
The proper way to fill a tank is by weight. The empty tank should be placed on a scale. The scale
weights should be readjusted to a weight that would allow up to 80% of the total weight. The filling
operation must end once the tank is filled to 80% of its total capacity. If the tank is not completely
empty, the scale readjustment must be changed to consider the propane (LP) already in the tank.
WARNING: An LP (propane) tank is overfilled if it contains more than 80% of its total capacity
of propane (LP). | |
An incorrectly filled or an overfilled LP (propane) tank can be dangerous. If a tank is overfilled and
the weather causes the warming of the LP tank, (a hot day, tank left in sun or stored indoors) internal
pressure is created due to expansion of the propane which in turn may cause the LP gas to be released
through the pressure relief valve on the tank. The pressure relief valve is a safety device required on
20 Ib. propane tanks by the Department of Transportation to prevent a catastrophic tank failure due to
excessive pressure. LP gas released from the tank is flammable and can be explosive.
IMPORTANT: When connecting or replacing gas pipe or fittings, all joints must be sealed with
approved leak-proof sealing compound or plumbers tape. After making connections, check all
joints for leaks using a soapy water solution and a brush. See the instructions on page 25.
WARNING: Never use an open flame to test for gas leaks. Use of an open flame could result in a
fire, explosion and bodily harm. |
Locating the Grill
This gas appliance is designed and certified for outdoor use only. Do not operate the grill inside a
building, garage, recreation vehicle, screened porch or any enclosed area. Keep the grill away from
windy areas, but keep the grill in a well-ventilated area. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
Cooking with Gas
ventilation air around the grill.
Warning: Do not place the grill under overhead, unprotected combustible surfaces.
Clearance to Combustible Construction
A minimum clearance of 36 in. from the sides of the grill, and a minimum clearance of 36 in. from the
back of the grill to adjacent vertical combustible constructions must be maintained. However, the
manufacturer strongly suggests a 6-ft. clearance of the grill to combustible constructions.
Clearance to Noncombustible Construction
— A minimum clearance of 36 in. from the back of the grill above the cooking surface to noncombustible
constructions is required to allow the grill hood to open completely. A minimum of 36 in. clearance to
the sides of the grill above the cooking surface to noncombustible constructions is recommend. The
grill can be installed directly next to noncombustible construction below the cooking surface.
Operating Instructions
Transformer Connection Instruction
For your safety the E3518 grill comes equipped with a UL approved transformer for outdoor use that
provides low voltage to power a 10-watt. grill light featured with this model.
Fig. 42
All wiring is factory connected except the easy connection you must make: connect the factory wire to
the transformer with a provided screw on plastic connector.
Pull the factory wire through the opening in the rear panel, push the wire into the transformer
connector firmly, screw the connector in place and plug the transformer in any house hold outlet.
(See Fig.43)
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Operating Instructions
Light Operation Instruction
1. Make sure light’s power switch on the CAUTION
Control panel 1s in the “OFF” position. |
DO NOT turn on the Lights
when tae left Bid is closed
2. Connect power plug to properly
grounded outlet. |
3. Turn the light’s power switch to “on”. LIGHT À
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Bulb Replacement
1. Make sure the light's power switch on
the control panel is in the “OFF” position
and power plug 1s disconnected from outlet.
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2. Use a screwdriver to loosen the screw
which is securing the rear burner cover.
During this process, hold the cover;
otherwise, it will fall and break, potentially
causing bodily harm.
3. Remove the rear burner cover.
Operating Instructions
4. Pull out the light bulb and
replace with a new bulb.
Rear Burner Cover
5. Reverse the instruction from “steps” 4-1
for installation.
Cleaning Method = | ß
Follow Steps 1-3 above for glass cover removal. Use a damp towel to clean the surface of glass
cover. Make sure the glass cover is completely dry before re-installing.
WARNING
Make sure the light switch is on “OFF” position and power plug is disconnected from power
outlet prior to cleaning the glass cover. as
WARNING
The light glass cover should not be in contact with water or any other liquid when it’s warm.
Sudden change of temperature may cause cracks on glass cover.
WARNING
To ensure continued protection against electric shock:
— 1. Connect to properly grounded outlets only.
2. Do not expose to rain.
3. Keep extension cord connections dry and off the ground.
Bulb specification
Bulb Type: Halogen
Operating Instructions
Wattage: 10 watts per bulb
Voltage: 12 volts
Please contact customer service at 1-800-643-0067 for assistance on bulb replacement
information.
Grill Lighting Instructions
Checking orifices alignment with burners
Orifices may shift during assembly and movement; therefore, check the orifices alignment with the
burners according to the following illustrations before lighting.
Orifice stud inside the
air shutter
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Operating Instructions
To Light the Main Burners & the Rotisserie Burner
1. Make sure the control knobs are in the “OFF” position.
2. Open the grill hood.
3. Make sure the drip tray is installed.
4. Open the LPG tank or natural gas valve.
5. Light each burner separately. Turning on two burner valves together
could trip the flow limiting device in the tank connection (LP grills only).
6. Push and turn the burner control knob to the "HIGH" position.
Wait 2-3 seconds.
7. Press the battery powered igniter 3 to 4 seconds to
ignite the burner.
8. If the burner does not ignite within 5 seconds, immediately
turn the control knob back to the "OFF" position. Wait 5
minutes. Repeat step 7 up to 2 or 3 times.
9. Ifthe burner still does not ignite, TURN OFF THE GAS.
WAIT 5 MINUTES for excess gas to dissipate. Repeat
steps 7 and 8 (if necessary). 08
10. Ifthe burner still can’t be lit, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide.
To Light the Side Burner SIDE BURNER
1. Make sure the control knobs are in the “OFF” position. OFF
2. Open the grill hood.
3. Make sure the drip tray 1s installed.
4. Open the LPG tank or natural gas valve.
5. Push in and tum the control knob to the left and continue
turning from off to “HI” for 5 seconds while knob is depressed inward.
6. If the burner does not ignite within 5 seconds, immediately turn the control
knob back to the "OFF" position. Wait 5 minutes and repeat STEPS 5 and 6 up to 2 or 3 times.
7. If the burner still can’t be lit, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide.
Replacing the Battery
1. Unscrew the ignition button and remove the old battery.
2. Replace witha new AA battery.
Note: The negative (-) side of the battery goes in first. Please refer
to the mark on the side of the cap.
Operating Instructions
WARNING:
1. Make sure the hood is completely open each time you attempt to light the grill. Failure to
open the hood could lead to delayed ignition resulting in bodily harm.
2. This grill is equipped with a flame-observation hole in side panel. Wear protective mitts
before using the flame watch.
CAUTION: It is important to inspect the full length of the gas line hose. If it is evident there is
excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, the hose must be replaced prior to the appliance
being used. |
If required, check your parts list for the proper replacement hose assembly. It will be necessary to
open the bottom door to fully inspect the hose.
Checking the Flame
Refer to the Fig. 46 below (side view of grill) check the flame after the grill is lit. Make sure you have
— a stable mostly blue flame.
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Flame Observation Hole and Slots
Air Shutter Adjustment
1. Main burner
The main burner shutters are adjusted at the factory for your convenience. The settings are:
(1) Full open for LP gas.
(2) Halfopen for NG gas.
H you desire to fine tune your shutter adjustment (or if your flame is more yellow rather than blue),
please follow this procedure.
Warning: Do not touch burner after adjustments. The burner is hot.
a. Loosen the air shutter. The shutters are located on the end of the gas burners
underneath the control box. See Fig. 47
b. Loosen the air shutter screw.
Light the burner to be adjusted.
With a protected gloved hand, fine tune the air shutter until a stable, mostly blue
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flame is observed through the flame observation hold and slots on each side of the
burner box. Acceptable flames are shown in Fig. 48.
Operating Instructions
e. Tighten the air shutter locking screw enough to hold the shutter in place.
f. Repeat procedure on other burners.
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Loosen the air shutter of the rear burner, and adjust the distance between air shutter and rear burner. In
LPG model, the air shutter is at its rightmost position, and the distance is about 17mm, and in NG
model, the air shutter should be at its leftmost position, and the distance is about 10mm. Please adjust
the distance by tool or with a protected glove hand. After adjustment, tighten the screw.
Warning: Do not touch the burner and the rear panel of the burner box without protected, the
burner is hot.
_ Distance
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Fig. 49
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Fig. 50a LPG model Fig. 50b NG Model
CAUTION: If the natural gas conversion kit is used, remember to adjust the air shutter of main
Operating Instructions
burner and rear burner (for details, please read the manual of the E3518-kit).
Match Lighting Instructions
Important: The hood must be open when match lighting any burner.
1. Turn on gas supply.
a. If portable, at the LP cylinder valve. .
b. If permanent gas supply, at the manual gas shutoff valve.
2. Locate the flame observation holes on each side.
3. Open the right door to access the match clip with chain.
4. _ Attach either the match or paper to the clip shown in Fig. 51, light the match and insert it close
to the ports of the burner, push and turn the depressed knob to the left to “HI” position.
Fig. 51 Match/Paper Lighting Illustration
5. The center burner (if needed) can be lit from center grid by inserting the match clip into the front
side of flavor step tent. Light this burner before igniting both outside burners.
6. Depress burner valve for that burner and turn to high.
7. Observe that the burner has ignited. Remove the match and extinguish:
8. Repeat Steps 2-6 for the next burner.
Breaking in Your Grill |
When firing your grill for the first time, it is advisable to run the main burner(s) on “HI” for 20
minutes with the hood down and then turn the main burners off. This tempers the grill.
Preheating Grill
It is extremely important that your grill be up to temperature before you begin using it. After lighting,
close the hood and preheat the grill on “HI” for 15 minutes. This preheating will ensure that the
cooking grid and grate are hot enough for proper grilling.
Operating Instructions
CAUTION: Do not cover the grids during the preheating period.
WARNING: Never leave a grill unattended to guard against possible grease fires getting out of
control. Grease fires can be severe and cause grill damage, property damage and bodily harm.
Open or closed hood for grilling
Cooking with the lid open or closed is a matter of personal preference. Cooking with the lid closed 1s
recommended if you enjoy cooking at maximum “searing” temperatures. This method will also
produce more “flare up”, speed the cooking procedure and will give you a more robust, smoky,
outdoor flavor. If you prefer cooking slower with less flare up, we suggest the lid-open method.
We recommend always cooking with the lid CLOSED if you are in a windy area or colder climate.
Your E3518 Grill has been designed and constructed to give you maximum flexibility and cooking
performance. Be creative. Try different cooking methods on your grill to determine which suits your
needs best. There is no right or wrong way to cook, just different cooking styles. Get creative and
enjoy!
WARNING: Please remember this is an outdoor gas grill. Many areas of the grill generate
extreme heat. We have taken every precaution to protect you from the contact areas. However, it
is impossible to isolate all high-temperature areas. Therefore, use good judgment and a certain
degree of caution when grilling on this product. We suggest a covered, protected hand during
operation of grill. Do not move your grill when it is in operation or hot to the touch. Wait until
your unit is turned off and properly cooled down before moving it. Failure to follow this
warning could result in personal injury. |
Post Heating
To keep the grates free of charred food remains, run the grill on “HI” for 15 minutes after cooking is
complete and food has been removed.
CAUTION: Do not cover the grill during the post heating period.
After post heating your grill, turn the control knobs to the “OFF” position.
Propane Tank Shut-Off
After the burner box cool down, the propane tank valve should also be closed. If you do not want to
wait for the burner box to cool, use a covered hand to turn off the propane tank valve.
WARNING: Do not attempt to turn off the LP tank valve without first covering your hand with
a protective mitt or allowing the grill to cool down. Failure to follow this warning could result in
a severe burn.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Stainless Steel
E3518 Stainless Gas Grill is mainly made of stainless steel. Stainless steel is non-rusting in certain
conditions; therefore, a cover and stainless steel cleaner should be used when the grill is not in use.
Wipe with a stainless steel cleaner on all non-cooking surfaces once a month.
Never clean the stainless steel when it is hot.
After initial grilling, certain areas of the grill (i.e., the vents, hood and burner box) may discolor. This
is a normal discoloration caused by the intense heat from the burners.
Specks of grease can gather on the surface of the stainless steel and get baked on. These can usually
be removed with warm soapy water or a stainless steel cleaner. As a last resort a mild abrasive pad
could be used with a stainless cleaner. Use light pressure on the pad and always scrub in the direction
of the grain.
Do not use steel wool to clean the grill.
Do not use abrasive cleaners on the polished surface. Use caution when cleaning. Metal polish or a
mild chrome cleaner can be used to bring back luster and highlights. Rust remover can be used to
remove rust stains that occur from outside sources. Follow the rust removal instructions carefully.
To touch up minor scratches in the stainless steel, sand the affected surface lightly with 160 dry grit
emery sand paper in the direction of the grain.
Burners
Burners are made of stainless steel and can be soaked in water and cleaned with a brass wire brush or
a stiff bristle brush. Check every port hole for clogs. Use a wire pin (smaller than the port) to clean
clogged ports. Do not enlarge any ports. Make sure the burners are dry before installing them back to
the grill. See Fig. 52.
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Cleaning and Maintenance |
Spiders and insects can nest inside the burners of this or any other grill and cause the gas to flow from
the front of the burner. This could cause a fire to occur behind the valve panel, thereby damaging the
grill and making it unsafe to operate. Inspect the burners at least once a year or immediately after any
of the following conditions occur:
1. The smell of gas in conjunction with the burner flames appearing yellow.
2. The grill does not reach temperature.
3. The grill heats unevenly.
4. The burners make popping noises.
Drip Tray
The drip tray collects excessive grease runoff and fallen food particles.
Allow the tray and its contents to cool before cleaning. Slide the tray out and wipe it clean. Make sure
the tray is installed before using the grill.
It 1s highly recommended that you check the tray regularly to avoid any possibility of a grease fire,
however, most of the drippings will vaporize back into the cooked item giving you an outdoor grilled
flavor.
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Helpful Tips
Clean grill burner box
Clean grill burner box each season or after a grease build up with a non-toxic mixture of 3/4 cup
baking soda, 1/4 cup salt and 1/4 cup water. Spread paste on burner box surface, let stay for 24 hours,
and use a spatula to remove paste and wipe.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Gauging amount of LPG fuel
To gauge the amount of propane fuel in your gas tank the grill must be in operation. Place your hand
at the top of the tank and slowly move down the side until the tank feels cool to the touch. This will
indicate the approximate amount of propane gas in your tank; if 3/4 empty, refill.
Do not use charcoal briquettes or any flammable material with your grill. Use of such material
will void your warranty and may lead to a fire, explosion and/or bodily harm.
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Replacement Parts List
Item | P/N Parts Description Item | P/N Parts Description
1 | E3518-00-0001 BUSHING 40 | E3518-00-3002 BEZEL
2 | E3518-00-4100 HOOD (L) 41 | E3518-00-3001 KNOB
3 | E3520-00-4007 HANDLE FITTING 42 | E3520-00-8015 SWITCH
4 | E3518-00-4105 HOOD HANDLE (L) 43 | DHLG-5 ELECTRICAL IGNITOR
5 | E3518-00-4009 WASHER » TEMPERATURE GAUGE 44 | E3518-00-3100 CONTROL BOX
6 | E3518-00-8002 TEMPERATURE GAUGE 45 | E3518-00-8100 MANIFOLD, MAIN BURNER
7 | E3518-00-4205 HOOD HANDLE (№ 46 | E3518-00-2401 WIND SHELF FOR REAR BURNER
8 | E3518-00-4200 HOODE (R) 47 | E3518-00-5100 SIDE SHELF
9 | E3518-00-0002 BUSHING 48 | E3518-00-8017 LAMP SCREEN
10 | E3518-00-2430 LAMP HOUSING ASSEMBLY 49 | IR275BY REAR BURNER
11 | E3520-00-8021 BULB 50 | E3518-00-8012 INGNITION PIN (REAR BURNER)
12 | E3518-00-2420 COVER (REAR BURNER) si | 2518SL-2004 MAIN BURNER
13 | E3518-00-2020 WARMING RACK (L) 52 | E3518-00-8001 SEAR BURNER
14 | E3518-00-2030 WARMINGRACK (R) 53 | E3518-00-2000 BURNER BOX
15 | E3518-00-2002 COOKING GRID 54 | E3518-00-8004 IGNITION PIN (SEAR BURNER)
16 | E3518-00-2001 FLAVOR STEP TENT 55-1 | E3518-00-8008 IGNITION PIN (MAIN BURNER)
17 | E3518-00-6001 COVER » SIDE COOKER 55-2 | E3518-00-8007 IGNITION PIN (MAIN BURNER)
18 | E3518-00-6002 SHAFT, SIDE COOKER 55-3 | E3518-00-8006 IGNITION PIN (MAIN BURNER)
19 | E3518-00-5002 EXTENSION STORAGE BOX 56 | E3520-00-8005 HOSE FOR REAR BURNER
20 | E3518-00-5001 CONNECTOR FOR STORAGE BOX 57 | E3518-00-8011 HOSE FOR SIDE BURNER
21 | E3518-00-6100 SIDE COOKER SHELF 58 | E3520-00-8009 LP GAS PRESSURE REGULATOR
22 ‘| E3518-00-6200 GRID + SIDE COOKER 59 | E3518-00-1400 LEFT PANEL ASSEMBLY
23 | E3518-00-8003 IGNITION PIN (SIDE BURNER) 60 | E3518-00-8016 TRANSFORMER
24 | E3518-00-8030 SIDE BURNER 61 | E3520-00-1050 TANK STOPPER
25 | E3518-00-8200 MANIFOLD, SIDE COOKER 62 | E3518-00-1203 TANK RING
26 | E3518-00-1600 BEAM | 63 | E3518-00-1202 BRACKET, TANK RING
27 | 2518SL-8052 MAGNET 64 | E3520-00-1002 DRIP TRAY
28 | E3518-00-1900 DRIP TRAŸ SUPPORT S-1 | 1/4-20x5/8" SCREW (ZINC COAT)
29 | E3518-00-1200 REAR PANEL ASSEMBLY s2 | 1/4-20x11/8" SCREW (BLACK FINISH)
30 | E3518-00-1300 RIGHT PANEL ASSEMBLY s3 | 5/16-18x1" ZINC C о AT) FLANGE NUI
31 | C-075SP BI CASTER,LOCKING S4 | 5/16-18х7/4" ZINC € о AT) FLANGE NUI
32 | E3518-00-1110 BOTTOM PANEL ASSEMBLY 8-5 | 5/32-32x3/8" SCREW AND NUT (BLACK FINISH)
33 | AB-075SP BI CASTER S-6 | 3/16-24x5/8" SCREW (BLACK FINISH)
34 | E3518-00-1030 SKIRT (R) $-7 | M3x10 SCREW AND NUT (ZINC COAT)
35 | E3518-00-1700 DOOR (R) S8 | 3/16-24x5/8" SCREW AND NUT (BLACK FINISH)
36 | 3019L-1710 MATCH HOLDER s-9 | 3/16-24x5/8" SCREW (ZINC COAT)
37 | E3518-00-1800 DOOR (L) s-10 | M4x8 SCREW (ZINC COAT)
38 | E3518-00-1040 SKIRT (L) S-11 | 5/32-32x1/4" SCREW (BLACK FINISH)
39 | E3518-00-1001 COVER S-12 | 1/4-20x5/8" SCREW AND NUT (ZINC COAT)
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E3518 Screw List
Item
(Zinc Coat)
P/N . Parts Description Assembled part (Item Number) Qty.
S-1 | 1/4-20X 5/8" Screw (Zinc Coat) | Handle Fitting (3) 8
Cabinet Assembly (include 4 casters) 60
Side Cooker Shelf (21) 3
Control Box (44) 4
Side Shelf (47) 3
Sear Burner (52) 2
S-2 | 1/4-20X 11/8" Screw (Black Finish) | Side Cooker Shelf (21) 1
Side Shelf (47) 1
S-3 | 5/16-18 X 1" Screw and Hood(L) (2), Hood(R) (8) and Bushing(9) 2
| | Flange Nut
(Zinc Coat)
S-4 | 5/16-18 X7/4" Screw and Hood(L) (2), Hood(R) (8) and Bushing (1) | 1
Flange Nut
(Zinc Coat)
S-5 | 5/32-32X 3/8" Screw and Nut Ignition Pin(Side Burner) (23) 1
(Black Finish)
Lamp Hosing Assembly(10) 2
Lamp Screen (48) 1
Ignition Pin(Rear Burner) (50) 1
Ignition Pin(Sear Burner) (54) 1
Ignition Pin(Main Burner) (55) 3
5-6 | 3/16-24X 5/8" Screw Cover (Rear Burner)(12) 4
(Black Finish) : _ .
Wind Shield for Rear Burner (46) 2
Main Burner (51) 3
S-7 | M3X10 Screw and Nut ‘Magnet (27) 4
(Zinc Coat)
S-8 | 3/16-24X 5/8" Screw and Nut Rear Burner (49), 2
(Black Finish)
S-9 | 3/16-24 X 5/8" Screw (Zinc Coat) | Match Holder (36) 1
S-10 | M4 x8 Screw (Zinc Coat) | Bezel(40) 12
S-11 | 5/32-32 X 1/4" Screw (Black Finish) | Side Burner (24) 2
S-12 | 1/4-20 X 5/8" Screw and Nut Connector for Extension Storage Box(20) 4
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Warranty Program
Proof of purchase is required to access this warranty program, which is in effect from the date of
purchase. Customers will be subject to parts, shipping, and handling fees if unable to provide proof of
purchase or after the warrant has expired.
Limited Warranty
5-Year Warranty on stainless steel burners.
1-Year Warranty on all parts affecting the operation of the gas grill due to damage the operation of -
‘the gas grill.
Warranty Provisions:
This warranty is non-transferable and does not cover failures due to misuse or improper installation or
maintenance. |
This warranty is for replacement of defective parts only. We are not responsible for incidental or
consequential damages or labor costs. |
This warranty does not cover corrosion or discoloration after the grill is used, or lack of maintenance,
hostile environment, accidents, alterations, abuse or neglect.
“This warranty does not cover damage caused by heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners, or any damage
to other components used in the installation or operation of the gas grill. |
Some states do not allow the limitation or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
Distributed By:
L G Sourcing, Inc.
P.O. Box 1535
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659 USA
Printed in China
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Index
Index
Air Shutter Adjustment.................. 33,34 Manual Shutoff Valve.................——_-c-_l2
Assembly Instructions. ......................... 7 Match Lighting ...... .................. cencrrr..9
Beam .............eecrccrcerirerecceeeeoos 5,11 Natural gas connection.................. 22,23
Burner Box and Hood... ................. 4,13 Operating Instruction. ...........e.......e... 28.
Burner HOSE...............erccoconcccccoos 14, 15 Package Contents ....................e=e=e=e... 4
Breaking in Your Grill... 35 Panels; Rear, Right and left 5, 8,9
Burners....... ee, 31, 32, 37 Preheating and Post-heating Grill...... 35,36
California Proposition 65...... | Carre eeaas 2 Refilling 1 20
Casters...............eceoocccrrcorereocerecene. 6,7 Replacement Parts List .................. e... 41
Cleaning and Maintenance .................. 37 Safety Information............... 1, 24, 25, 33
Control Knobs..................c......... ... 4, 19 Safety TIps .................eresvevererrcnceceenes 3
Cooking with Gas... 21 SCreWs .......e.eeerecrcarcacanerenecanorranaccene. 4
Cover .............meeerecoccoroerccoraco0a. 6, 12 Side Cooker Connection 4, 16, 17, 18
DOors............e.eoeccccooooenecerececoneea 5, 12 Side Shelf ....................e.eeccec0 5, 15,16
Drip Tray............e..e....ee0... 4,11, 13, 38 Stainless Steel Cleaning ................e.. 37
E3518 Screw List ..................—.=-.=.... 42 Skirt Right éz Left ..............mw....... 59 11
Exploded View .......................... 40 — Storing Your Grill .................. eee... 3
Extension storage box .................... 6, 20 Tank Ring ..............reereonveccos 5, 9, 10, 21
Flavor Step Tent....................e...... 4,19 Temperature Gauge 4, 19
Garages, Overhangs, Enclosed Areas......... Transformer Connection Lacan sense 0000 14, 28
ee, Lun 1, 24,25,26,27 Type 1 Connective Coupling ................ 21
Gas Leaks .................. 1, 3, 22,23,24,25 Warming Rack secs 4, 19
Gas Type, Requirements ........ 2, 23,24,25 Warranty Program............e..e..recmm...43
CU ac a ncna0ee 4, 19
Helpful Tips eee... 38,39
Light Out Door 29,30
Lighting Grill ............................ 31,32
LP Gas Tanks een
Lara R RR eones 1,2,3,21,23,24,25,26,32
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Troubleshooting guide
Please refer to the following
Troubleshooting Guide
if you have any problems
lighting or operating your grill.
Many solutions given here can make your
grilling experience safer and more enjoyable.
MASTER FORGE”
Page 1
Troubleshooting guide
PROBLEM Possible Solutions
1. a. Push the igniter button and check for sparks. If no
sparks are present, check the battery polarity or replace
the battery.
b. Push and turn the knob and check for sparks.
2. Ifthere is a spark, check to make sure gas is supplied to
the burner.
Purge the line of any trapped air.
Grill or side cooker will not light +
| b. Check to see if you can match-light the burner.
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Check to see that the other burners operate.
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Visually check the electrode and wire while
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
pushing the igniter or knob. If a spark occurs
anywhere but the igniter tip, the igniter must be
replaced.
1. Check the burner inlet for obstruction, especially for
Burner flame is yellow and gas odor spiders and other msects.
can be smelled 2. Check the air shutter for proper adjustment.
3. Check for the source of gas leaks.
. Hood up when grilling.
. Keep knobs on low.
. Turn one burner off if necessary.
. Post heat grilling for 10-15 minutes burns off drippings.
. Use less fatty meats.
ON in о + Y NY —
Excessive flare-up . Always grill chicken on low, meat side down for 20
minutes, and turn to skin side for another 20 minutes;
follow above steps.
7. If flare up continues move meats to warming rack
until flame settles down.
8. Never spray water on gas flames.
Troubleshooting guide
PROBLEM
Possible Solutions
Burner blows out
Check for any burner defects.
Check for proper burner installation.
Make certain the fuel mixture is not too lean.
Make sure the gas supply is sufficient.
See if the LP tank is empty.
ло вом ю =
Low heat, LP gas
‘The propane regulator assembly incorporates an excess
flow device designed to supply the grill with sufficient gas
flow under normal conditions yet control excess gas flow.
Rapid changes in pressure can trigger the excess flow
device, providing a low flame and low temperature. If the
tank valve is turned open to allow gas flow while a burner
valve is open, the surge of pressure will cause the device to
| activate. The device will remain closed until the pressure 1s
equalized. This should occur within 5 seconds.
To ensure this does not cause difficulty in lighting the grill,
follow these instructions:
1. Make sure all burner valves are “OFF.”
2. Open the tank valve and wait 5 seconds.
3. Light the burner one at a time following the lighting
instructions listed on the control box and Page 36.
OT CO KENT
Troubleshooting guide
PROBLEM
Possible Solutions
Low heat, natural gas
Gas pressure is affected by gas line and length of gas line from
house gas line. Follow the recommendations in the chart
below.
From House to Grill
Distance | Tubing Size
Up to 25 ft. 5/8 in. diame
26-50 ft. 1/2 in. diamete
2/3 in. of run 3/4
51-100 ft.
1/3 in. of run 1/2
Low heat generated with
knob in “HT” position
1. Make certain the problem is isolated to only one burner.
appears so, clean the orifice and burner, clearing ports of
any obstruction.
2. Check for a bent or kinked fuel hose.
3. Make sure the air shutter is properly adjusted.
4, Check for proper gas supply and pressure.
5. Pre-heat the grill for a full 15 minutes.
6. If using LP gas, check for an empty tank.
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